It’s A Photo Finish

It’s been three weeks since we wrapped the 2018 IHAF Conference & Awards Show and we’re still basking in the glow of over 300 in-house agency professionals coming together from across the country. This year’s conference theme was SHIFT, focused on the unexpected changes and unrelenting surges that are redefining the industry.

Attendees were captivated by our lineup of keynote speakers, breakout sessions and roundtable discussions. Folks also enjoyed the extraordinary work in-house agencies produce at the ever-popular IHAF Awards Show.

Our longtime event photographer, Otavio Barbosa of Otavio Photo, not only captured the essence of learning and sharing that has become the hallmark our annual celebration, his pictures remind us of the importance and the value of coming together as a community. A few of our favorites are featured below.

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Recorded conference presentations will be available on our website in a few weeks. In the meantime, we encourage you to peruse our photo album, reliving the highlights of another memorable year.

The IHAF Conference & Awards Show is the premier learning and networking event for in-house agencies. Many thanks to both our returning members and those who attended for the first time this year. We look forward to seeing you at our next event!

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